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Saber’s Saratoga late Pick 4 for Thursday

Race 7 

New York bred maiden 2-year-olds go 5 1/2 furlongs on the Mellon turf course. No. 2 Thin White Duke ran a good second on this course on July 19 when sent off as the chalk. No. 3 It’s a Gamble gets jockey Joel Rosario for his debut race and is bred for the grass. No. 7 Daggerboard has a great work pattern for his first start. 2-3-7 

Race 8 

$50K starter allowance runners travel 1 1/16 on the inner turf course. The hot-training Todd Pletcher sends out No. 3 Mandate off a big win here last out going this turf distance. This 3-year-old colt will take some beating. No. 6 Bray beat Mandate at Belmont Park and now gets his first start off the Rudy Rodriguez $40K claim and jockey Irad Ortiz Jr. will ride. 3**-6 

Race 9 

The $85K Union Avenue Handicap at seven furlongs for New York bred fillies and mares. No. 1 Ratajkowski is the speed and comes off a neck win over No. 3 Mrs. Orb at Belmont in a $120K New York bred race. No. 6 Newly Minted won the Fleet Indian here last year. 1-3-6 

Race 10 

New York bred fillies and mares travel a flat mile on the inner turf course. No. 3 Vivazano has a ton of upside. She is bred for the grass and will love stretching out to this mile distance. No. 7 Chocolate Cookie has a steady workout pattern on the grass for her debut race. No. 10 Data Analytics ran one time as a 2-year-old and now returns for trainer Chad Brown. No. 11 Sainte Mere Eglise looks set in this her second start off the layoff. 3-7-10-11 

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